Micron recently launched the 9400 series of enterprise-class NVMe solid-state drives. Micron 9400 series enterprise solid-state drives adopt Micron 176-layer 3D TLC flash memory particles, U3 specification, backward compatible with U2 specification, support NVMe 1.4 protocol and PCIe 4.0, working voltage 3.3V, divided into two sub-series: 9400 Pro and 9400 Max. The 9400 Pro series has three capacity specifications of 7.68TB, 15.36TB, and 30.72TB; the 9400 Max series has three capacity specifications of 6.4TB, 25.6TB, and 12.8TB.
In terms of performance, the sequential read speed of all 9400 series enterprise SSDs is 7000MB/s, and the sequential write speed is also 7000MB/s; except for the random read performance of the 30.72TB and 25.6TB versions, which is 1500K IOPS, the random read speed of other capacity versions is 160K IOPS. The random write speed of the Micron 9400 Pro series is 300K IOPS, the random write speed of the 6.4TB and 12.8TB versions of the Max series is 600K IOPS, and the random write speed of the 25.6TB version is 550K IOPS.
The Micron 9400 Pro series SSD DWPD is 1, and the 9400 Max series is 3. The MTTF of the 9400 series solid-state drives is 2 million hours, the working environment temperature is 0-70 degrees, and a 5-year warranty is provided.
According to Micron, the 9400 series enterprise SSDs are designed for environments such as data centers and cloud servers. The maximum capacity is twice that of the previous generation, enabling higher storage density per rack and the efficiency is increased by 77%, helping enterprises to save costs and reduce the impact on the environment.